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PM Modi accepts an invitation from his Japanese counterpart Kishida to attend the G7 summit in Hiroshima.

As he agreed to Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida's offer during their bilateral meeting on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will travel to Hiroshima for the G7 Summit in May. At the joint press conference that followed the bilateral meeting, PM Modi was formally invited to the G7 Hiroshima Summit, and on the spot, my invitation was accepted, Kishida stated. Fumio Kishida, the prime minister of Japan, invited me to the G7 Leaders' Meeting in Hiroshima in May today. ANI reported PM Modi as adding, "I appreciate him for this. Also, PM Modi extended an invitation to him to attend the September G20 summit. The prime minister said that I will once again have the chance to welcome PM Fumio Kishida to India for the G20 Leaders' Conference. After the development of the Japanese government's goal to invest 5 trillion yen (Rs 3,20,000 crore) in India over the following 5 years, Kishida stated that Japan-India economic cooperation continues will see rapid growth, which will benefit India's progress and open up major business prospects for Japan. Our rapidly expanding economic relations with India will help that country's continued growth and open up enormous business prospects for Japan. In light of this, we applaud the continuous advancement towards the goal of realising 5 trillion yen in public and private investment in financing from Japan to India in five years. ANI cited a statement made by Kishida. The Japanese prime minister praised the renewal of the Memorandum of Cooperation on Japanese Language Education and noted that both countries place a high priority on energy and decarbonization. He added that the preference for both countries will be tourism. To promote our exchanges through tourism, 2023 will be the year of the Japan-India tourism exchange, according to Kishida. The foundation of the India-Japan Special Strategic and Global Partnership, according to PM Modi, is their shared respect for the rule of law on international forums.

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